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How To Build A Self Feeding Survival Fire That Manages Itself


The Method of the day for Survivalists:

Knowing how to build a self feeding fire is one of the great survival tips for the wilderness you can learn. If you are in a survival situation more than likely you are going to be pretty exhausted by the end of the day.

Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to sleep through the night without having to worry about staying warm, or managing a fire? That’s what this self feeding fire will allow you to do.

In this video and article you’ll learn a technique for building a fire structure that will burn continuously and does not require ANY managing. This is a great method to know if you need the heat from a fire while you are sleeping, but do not want to wake up repeatedly during the night to add more wood.

Below is another outstanding video containing some very interesting survival techniques that have been “Lost” to history. Watch the video now to learn more.

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  1. For the log cabin fire You put two big logs at the bottom and again two and two at next levels with a hole under the fire. You built a chimney. No surprise it burnt faster. For the self feeding fire you put four big logs directly to the ground and four on the next level with no hole in the ground under & no space in between logs. This fire burnt slower.

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